Danish researchers get access to MIT
24 September 2015 - Research & education
New agreement offers Danish PhD students and postdocs in biology, biotechnology, chemistry and the pharmaceutical area the opportunity to become a part of the world leading research environment at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
The Danish Agency for Science, Technology and Innovation has signed a cooperation agreement with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). The agreement will give Danish PhD students and postdocs in biology, biotechnology, chemistry and the pharmaceutical area access to one of the world's leading research institutions.
Danish researchers will learn from the best
MIT is one of the most prestigious universities in the world. With the agreement, Danish researchers get access to the latest knowledge, excellent facilities and a leading research environment, which, for decades, has fostered groundbreaking research achievements, including the mapping of the human genome.
Each year, up to 10 PhD students and postdocs at Danish universities get the opportunity to study six and twelve months, respectively, at MIT.
Source: The Danish Agency for Science, Technology and Innovation